08/25/10<br />PPG/Warren Safe-T Plus <br />Single Coat<br />Rapid Return to Service Epoxy<br />
Business Case for Single Coat PaintsReview<br />	U. S. Navy Goals<br />	Single Coat and Rapid Cure coatings for tank and v...
Business Case for Single Coat PaintsBackground<br />Business case based on paint only.  Service Life issues are not addres...
Single Coat Production Requirements<br />	• Surface Preparation<br />		– Same industry standard as for legacy (24441) and ...
The PPG Choices for Fuel, Ballast, Reserve Feed Water, CHT and Potable Water Tanks<br />216 hours to Completion<br />36 ho...
Fleet Wide Cost Savings Using Single Coat, Rapid Cure Coatings Based on Remaining Composite Service Life*<br />*Projection...
Looking Aft 15 Month Inspection <br />       (US Navy Ship Oakhill)<br />
“The PPG/Warren SAFE-T Plus coating system in this tank, SWB 3-121-1-W, was in excellent condition, with far less than 1/1...
New York Aqueduct – 2 Year Inspection<br />
16 year Inspection New York Aqueduct, May 12th 2010 of Warren SAFE-T PLUS. Inspection performed by Parsons Brinckerhoff, N...
QPL Certified US Navy<br />MIL-PRF-23236, Type VII<br />Classes 5/18, 7/18, 11/18, Grade C<br />
SAFE-T PLUS TYPICAL PROPERTIES<br />Liquid Properties:<br />Mix Ratio 2:1 by volume<br />Viscosity<br />(ASTM 3278 Method ...
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  1. 1. 08/25/10<br />PPG/Warren Safe-T Plus <br />Single Coat<br />Rapid Return to Service Epoxy<br />
  2. 2. Business Case for Single Coat PaintsReview<br /> U. S. Navy Goals<br /> Single Coat and Rapid Cure coatings for tank and void corrosion<br /> control<br /> Applicable to all tanks and voids within the U.S. Navy<br /> 15,000 tanks and voids (~129,000,000ft2)<br /> 1,612,000 gallons of coating required for preservation<br /> $250M per year to preserve tanks and voids in fleet using current<br /> materials and processes<br />U. S. Navy Achievements<br />Single Coat coatings now approved and specified for Class 5 (fuel), Class 7 (ballast) and Class 11 (boiler/reserve feedwater)<br /> Single Coat optional in Class 13 (CHT)<br /> Single Coat still needed in Class 9 (potable water)<br />
  3. 3. Business Case for Single Coat PaintsBackground<br />Business case based on paint only. Service Life issues are not addressed, but would favor high-solids and single coat products.<br />Solvent based paints (Amercoat 235 or MIL-DTL-24441) 5-7 years in ballast tanks<br />100% Solids paints (Amercoat 133) 15-20 years in ballast tanks<br />100% Solids, single-coat paints (Safe-T Plus) 15-20 years in ballast tanks<br />
  4. 4. Single Coat Production Requirements<br /> • Surface Preparation<br /> – Same industry standard as for legacy (24441) and high solids (23236)<br /> • SSPC SP-10 (Sa2-1/2) near white metal<br /> • Soluble salts <3μg/cm2 or conductivity <30μS-cm<br /> – Employs standard commercial process/equipment<br /> • Environmental Controls<br /> – Same industry standard as for legacy and high solids<br /> • Relative humidity <50% using commercial dehumidification<br /> • Application<br /> – Commercial standardized plural component<br /> equipment (COTS)<br /> • Same equipment as for high solids.<br /> • Equipment introduced to yards beginning in 1998<br /> • Nearly all commercial applicators are certified<br />
  5. 5. The PPG Choices for Fuel, Ballast, Reserve Feed Water, CHT and Potable Water Tanks<br />216 hours to Completion<br />36 hours to Completion<br />Traditional Cure<br />UHS Coating, Ameron 133/333<br />MIL-PRF-23236, Type VII<br />(Prime, Stripe, Topcoat)<br />Rapid Cure<br />PPG/Warren SAFE-T PLUS<br />MIL-PRF-23236, Type VII <br />Single Coat Rapid Cure Coating<br />Rapid Cure<br />PPG/Warren SAFE-T PLUS<br />Single Coat Rapid Cure Coating<br />*Times include Touch-up<br />Application of Rapid Cure Coatings, 2 Full Coats & Stripe – 90 Hrs *<br />
  6. 6. Fleet Wide Cost Savings Using Single Coat, Rapid Cure Coatings Based on Remaining Composite Service Life*<br />*Projections do not include:<br />1) Submarines due to complexity of maintenance requirements and cycles, however rapid<br />Cure coating benefits as shown in this program are under investigation by SEA 07 and 92T<br />2) Auxiliary ships or MSC ships with varied contracts and schedules .<br />REFERENCE- Office of Naval Research<br />
  7. 7. Looking Aft 15 Month Inspection <br /> (US Navy Ship Oakhill)<br />
  8. 8. “The PPG/Warren SAFE-T Plus coating system in this tank, SWB 3-121-1-W, was in excellent condition, with far less than 1/10 of 1% corrosion noted at 15 month inspection.” from Navy Inspection Report. US Navy Ship Oakhill<br />
  9. 9. New York Aqueduct – 2 Year Inspection<br />
  10. 10. 16 year Inspection New York Aqueduct, May 12th 2010 of Warren SAFE-T PLUS. Inspection performed by Parsons Brinckerhoff, New York Office. The Single Coat, 40 mil application was in perfect condition after 16 years of constant flow.<br />
  11. 11. QPL Certified US Navy<br />MIL-PRF-23236, Type VII<br />Classes 5/18, 7/18, 11/18, Grade C<br />
  12. 12. SAFE-T PLUS TYPICAL PROPERTIES<br />Liquid Properties:<br />Mix Ratio 2:1 by volume<br />Viscosity<br />(ASTM 3278 Method A) 5000-10,000 cps<br />Volume Solids (ASTM D 2697) 98 ± 2%*<br />Weight Solids (ASTM D1475) 98 ± 2%*<br />Thixotropic Index 4.0-5.0<br />Specific Gravity: ~1.12<br />Flash Point (Closed Cup): >235°F<br />Color: off white, buff, gray, OAP blue<br />Gel time (200g @ 77°F) 27 min.<br />Thin Film Set (@ 77°F) 2 hours<br />Thin Film Set (@ 40°F) 8 hours<br />Shelf Life 3 year (unopened,<br />dry, cool)<br />Storage Requirements 40 -100°F<br />VOC (EPA Method 24) <0.54 lb./gal.; 64.7 g/L<br />Coverage (@ 20 mils) 80 ft.2<br />Coverage (@ 30 mils) 60 ft.2<br />Physical Properties:<br />Tensile Strength (ASTM D638-86) 7000 psi<br />Glass Transition Temperature<br />(ASTM D3418-82) 151°F (avg.)<br />Tensile Elongation @ Break 4.8%<br />Shore D Hardness > 80<br />Qualifications:<br />MIL-PRF-23236, Type VII, Class 5/18, Grade C<br />MIL-PRF-23236, Type VII, Class 7/18, Grade C<br />MIL-PRF-23236, Type VII, Class 11/18, Grade C<br />MIL-PRF-23236, Type VII, Class 13/18, Grade C, Pending<br />MIL-PRF-23236, Type VII, Class 9/18, Grade C, NSF Testing in progress<br />Dry Time<br />
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